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Nice free advertising.

Posted by David Sucher | May 23, 2007 8:40 PM
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Hey, I think they got one of my old posters in there!

Posted by Paulus | May 23, 2007 9:08 PM
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I find it odd that you Strangers find such glee in renewal after all the belly-aching and bitching when Cha Cha was "wrongfully" forced out of that dump it used to call home. See, development has its silver linings, bitches.

Posted by Boo hoo | May 23, 2007 9:16 PM
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And when we write about films, books, plays, sex toys, and politicians? Is that free advertising too, David?

Posted by Dan Savage | May 23, 2007 9:46 PM
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Moe was never really the Bad Juju Lounge. It was a nice idea, but just moving the sign over from 11th wasn't ever enough.

Posted by josh | May 23, 2007 10:02 PM
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its fitting the place is called moe's because when you quoted the owners all i heard in my head was "we wanted to me moe me moe me moe me moe me moe bla bla bla"

Posted by Sam | May 24, 2007 7:36 AM
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Itís good that Bimboís and the Cha Cha have found some place to move to. Iíve enjoyed all of the Strangerís bellyaching about how Capital Hill needs more density and then equal bellyaching about how that aforementioned density is sapping the spirit out of the neighborhoods that itís moving into. Such fun.
I wish only the best for Bimboís and the Cha Cha in their new location. I hope that the wait-staff in Bimboís improves after the atrocious display I witnessed on one occasion where a customer was pursued out of the restaurant and yelled at by one of the sub-par wait staff that the tip left was not sufficient for the crappy service that the diner received. I never went back after that.
And Dan, donít cast stones. You and your crew of half-witted, reactionary staff (Hi, ECB, rumor has it that you were an actual, thinking human being before being hired by the Stranger along with the other newbie transplants that make up the staff) are some of the biggest hypocrites in Seattle. Face the facts.

Posted by Otherside | May 24, 2007 8:15 AM
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Itís good that Bimboís and the Cha Cha have found some place to move to. Iíve enjoyed all of the Strangerís bellyaching about how Capital Hill needs more density and then equal bellyaching about how that aforementioned density is sapping the spirit out of the neighborhoods that itís moving into. Such fun.
I wish only the best for Bimboís and the Cha Cha in their new location. I hope that the wait-staff in Bimboís improves after the atrocious display I witnessed on one occasion where a customer was pursued out of the restaurant and yelled at by one of the sub-par wait staff that the tip left was not sufficient for the crappy service that the diner received. I never went back after that.
And Dan, donít cast stones. You and your crew of half-witted, reactionary staff (Hi, ECB, rumor has it that you were an actual, thinking human being before being hired by the Stranger along with the other newbie transplants that make up the staff) are some of the biggest hypocrites in Seattle. Face the facts.

Posted by Otherside | May 24, 2007 8:15 AM
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Itís good that Bimboís and the Cha Cha have found some place to move to. Iíve enjoyed all of the Strangerís bellyaching about how Capital Hill needs more density and then equal bellyaching about how that aforementioned density is sapping the spirit out of the neighborhoods that itís moving into. Such fun.
I wish only the best for Bimboís and the Cha Cha in their new location. I hope that the wait-staff in Bimboís improves after the atrocious display I witnessed on one occasion where a customer was pursued out of the restaurant and yelled at by one of the sub-par wait staff that the tip left was not sufficient for the crappy service that the diner received. I never went back after that.
And Dan, donít cast stones. You and your crew of half-witted, reactionary staff (Hi, ECB, rumor has it that you were an actual, thinking human being before being hired by the Stranger along with the other newbie transplants that make up the staff) are some of the biggest hypocrites in Seattle. Face the facts.

Posted by Otherside | May 24, 2007 8:16 AM
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RIP Des Amis, my favorite bar on the hill, sigh.

Posted by genevieve | May 24, 2007 10:03 AM
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There are some mighty fine Paulus designs at Moe Bar. Got to get him out of retirement and make some NEW stuff. ha ha.

Posted by Steven Severin | May 24, 2007 11:30 AM
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Looks pretty cool. Almost makes me wish I still lived on the hill. Almost.

Posted by elswinger | May 24, 2007 12:43 PM
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Um, ďden of queer punk debaucheryĒ I only need to walk two doors down to the far better Bus Stop for that. Where are they going? That's all I care about.

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